Beautiful Japanese Meiji Period bronze vase. Vase was designed in the shape of Mt. Fuji, with a snow capped top done in silver and with pine trees at the base. Made by KANAYA GOROSABURO. The vase measures 9" tall with a 7" diameter at the widest.
A fine Japanese Early Showa period mixed metal OBIDOME, OBI ornament. Done in the shape of a Japanese AYU, sweetfish. Executed with fine craftsmanship and detail. Signed by artist, YOSHIO. 2 1/2" long by 3/8" wide. Comes with attached silk cord.
Wonderful Japanese Meiji Period silver hand painted fan. The front of the fan has a winter scene with falling snow and a snow frosted tree with a pair of white egrets. The back of the fan has the snow frosted leaves of a plant. Beautifully hand painted. The silver coated paper has developed a beautiful patina. The fan measures 12 1/2" tall and 23" across.
Late 19th Century Japanese bowood NETSUKE in the shape of a resting dog. The dog is beautifully carved with fine expression and detail. Unsigned. The NETSUKE measures 1 3/4" long, 1 1/16" tall by 1 1/8" width.
Japanese Meiji Period gold lacquer cabinet. The gold lacquer design is of fans done in wonderful detail on the flat top surfaces of the cabinet. The front part of he cabinet is done in a beautiful mouuntain and pine tree design. The cabinet is 35 3/4" tall, 32 1/2" wide by 14 1/4" deep.
Japanese Meiji Period finely inlaid mother of pearl cabinet. The multiple level cabinet is covered with finely cut and inlaid pieces of mother of pearl in a traditional Chinese landscape design. The level of craftsmanship displayed in this piece is very high. The cabinet measures 35" high, 31" wide by 12 1/2" deep.
Wonderful Japanese carved, lacquered and painted mask of a woman. The mask is made with such fine detail and facial expression. The stamp of the artist, is branded into the inner side of the mask. The mask measures 8 1/4" tall, 5 1/8" wide by 2 1/2" deep.